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Use this worship music video to support a sermon on commitment, surrender to Christ or what is really means to live a life through faith. This popular Christian worship song is performed by Keith Getty and Stuart Townsend. Video includes lyrics for all to sign-along.
A powerful emotionally captivating video for Good Friday or Easter. It wasn't man's power or their cruel inventions that held the Creator of the universe to the cross. It was love. The haunting score contains lyrics from Psalm 51 and was composed by John Schreiner.
This video transforms from Taps to Amazing Grace reminding us of the cost of our freedom both physically and spiritually. Great for Memorial Day, July 4th or Veteran's Day.
By: FreeBridge Media
It's Summer! Time for vacations, sunshine and trips to the beach. Time to let your Bible collect some dust and maybe sleep in on a Sunday. After all, you've worked hard. You deserve a church break...right? This summer, don't ignore the God who has never once ignored you. It's summer...see you at church!
This song celebrates the second chance and new life we have in Christ. Use it as special music for a message on being born again or getting past your past.
This fast-paced, high-impact video is a great way to start your service and get everybody focused on the purpose of the church.
Using powerful words from Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians and drawing from quirky comic book/big screen characters, this video is a reminder that God wants to use everything we have and are including our weakness. It’s a great reminder in a world where weakness is usually looked down upon.
Use this background set to talk about the importance of using time wisely and making urgent spiritual decisions.
Performed by Paul Baloche, this piece speaks of the sacrifice of praise and worship we bring each week to our Lord and how He alone is worthy to receive it.